Splinter Cell open-world stealth game reportedly in development at Ubisoft

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A new Splinter Cell rumor claims the next outing for Sam Fisher will be a stealth-powered open world game.

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Tom Henderson, who previously shared many details about Battlefield 2042 ahead of his official announcement among many other leaks, briefly touched on the future of the Splinter Cell franchise. Rumors from October claimed that a new Splinter Cell was in early production at Ubisoft, but they did not include any further details about the game other than being a new mainline entry in the series.

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Henderson specifically refers to the splinter cell as “in early development,” so he’s talking about the same thing. He says it will be an “open world” and cites some anonymous quotes, possibly from people close to the project, comparing the new Splinter Cell project to a covert version of Assassin’s Creed or Halo Infinity’s own open Do the same version. – World view.

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While series protagonist Sam Fisher continues to appear in Ubisoft’s other Tom Clancy titles through spinoff games or cameos, the last main entry in the franchise was 2013’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist. That game took the franchise in a more action-heavy direction, which was controversial at the time, and the online servers for its multiplayer mode have been largely broken at this point (though you may find that the online servers for its multiplayer mode are largely broken). definitely won’t be banned to send a support ticket about them).

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